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Southeastern states crack down on speed during "Operation Southern Shield"

The South Carolina Department of Public Safety announced that it will join five Southeastern states for Operation Southern Shield – an effort to reduce speed-related deaths and collisions on the roadways.

The campaign began July 15 and will run through July 23. The states participating include South Carolina, Georgia, Alabama, Florida, and Tennessee, which comprise the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) Region 4.  


Monday, July 16, 2018

Fatal shooting on Sumter Street

Greenwood City Police responded to a call on Sumter Street at approximately10:08 pm Sunday to investigate possible shots being fired.

 

Monday, July 16, 2018

Senator Floyd Nicholson Named Legislator of the Year

The South Carolina Human Service Providers Association named Senator Floyd Nicholson Legislator of the Year.  Each year the SCHSPA recognizes a member of the Senate and House of Representatives for their support of people with disabilities and special needs in South Carolina.

 

Thursday, July 12, 2018

Man arrested again for having sex with minor

On April 30, 2018 Greenwood City Police arrested Derrick Jerome Davis, 42 after finding him and an underage female engaged in sexual acts in a vehicle.  Davis has again been arrested after another female, related to Derrick has reported to police that Davis had sexual intercourse while she was underage too.  That encounter resulted in the underage female becoming pregnant and having a child.

 

Wednesday, July 11, 2018

New program to provide pet food to senior-aged pet owners

A new collaborative program is in place to service senior-aged pet owners involving The Humane Society of Greenwood, the Food Bank of Greenwood County, and Meals On Wheels.   Pet food was donated to Harvest Hope/Feeding America by PetSmart Charities and is being distributed throughout the state by the Lt. Governor’s Office via local animal shelters and other non-profit rescue organizations. 

 

Wednesday, July 11, 2018

LIDL to bring authentic French Escargots to Greenwood and four other upstate stores

ARLINGTON, VA – For a limited-time starting July 12, Upstate-area foodies can obtain authentic French escargots without the steep mark-ups and huge shipping costs often encountered when purchasing the hard-to-find delicacies at specialty stores or online. In fact, Lidl’s authentically prepared and ready-to-bake trays of 12 escargots will be offered at Lidl for just $3.99 – as little as 1/10 of the cost customers can pay when ordering and shipping comparable trays online. Lidl’s authentic escargot trays will be offered at all 5 of Lidl’s Upstate stores, including those in Greenville, Spartanburg and Greenwood, starting July 12, while supplies last.

 

Wednesday, July 11, 2018

It's time for BBQ, Music & Fun in Uptown Greenwood

Greenwood’s signature event is about to kick off in Uptown Greenwood this weekend with the SC Festival of Discovery 2018!

 

Tuesday, July 10, 2018

Suspect arrested in Main Street Shooting in Greenwood

The Greenwood City Police have made an arrest in the shooting incident that took place this morning on Main Street and Florida Ave.  Lajoy Shante Duncan, 25 of Greenwood has been charged with Attempted Murder and Possession of a Weapon During a Violent Crime.

 

Tuesday, July 10, 2018

HospiceCare of the Piedmont Hosts New Evening Support Group

HospiceCare of the Piedmont has several ongoing monthly support groups which are uniquely designed for those experiencing grief. Support groups enable grieving people a place to receive comfort, friendship, reassurance, social support, and understanding.

 

Tuesday, July 10, 2018

Police investigating shooting on Main Street

Greenwood Police is investigating a shooting that occurred this morning around 8:30 a.m. on South Main Street near Florida Avenue. 

Police located a man who was shot and transported him to Self Regional Healthcare.  His condition is unknown at the time.  More information will be provided when its available as the investigation is ongoing at this time.


Tuesday, July 10, 2018

County Invites Businesses to Offer Input on Community Violence

The Greenwood County Council is hosting another community-wide workshop on community violence for members of the business community and the Greenwood SC Chamber is welcoming businesses to participate.

 

Tuesday, July 10, 2018

Chemical truck overturned on Hwy 178

A chemical truck has overturned on Hwy 178 on US 178 near Lomax Lane.  The truck is said to be carrying Ethanol.  Please avoid the area.  More information will be provided as it becomes available.

 


Monday, July 9, 2018

Free Children's Books thanks to Josh Norman's Starz24

The youth of Our Lady of Lourdes Catholic Church and Weston Chapel A.M.E. Church invite you to bring your children and grandchildren and those of your friends and neighbors to two book giveaways, Saturday, July 14. Four hundred books were purchased for the Greenwood Diversity Committee with funds made possible by Starz24 Josh Norman. The books are suitable for preschool through middle school ages.

 

Monday, July 9, 2018

Self Family Foundation Awards Grant to Burton Center

Frank Wideman, President of the Self Family Foundation, presented a grant that will provide a backup generator for the Burton ICF (Intermediate Care Facility) Community Residence where eight men reside. 

 

Monday, July 9, 2018

Self Regional Home Health workers making a difference

Several Self Regional Home Health workers collected two boxes of supplies and a total of $410 of donations.  They collected all this to help support one of their home health patients in need.  Big thanks to these employees and to those who donated.


Friday, July 6, 2018

Eldridge receives Mathews Community Yard of the Month

The Mathews community Yard of the Month winner for June was Eddie Eldridge of 408 Kirksey Drive. The winner received a gift card for Walmart, and will display the Yard of the Month sign for 30 days. 


Friday, July 6, 2018

GGC Welcomes Teachers for Summer Workshop

Twenty science teachers and educational specialists from across SC and Georgia participated in the Greenwood Genetic Center’s (GGC’s) 24th annual Summer Teachers Course.  Each year since 1994, GGC has offered one of four graduate level courses for teachers to gain advanced instruction and hands-on learning. Graduate credit is offered through Lander University.

 

Friday, July 6, 2018

Coroner receives 2018 Sue Townsend Award

The Greenwood County Coroner’s office was recently awarded the 2018 Sue Townsend Award from the S.C. Coroner’s Association.  Chief Deputy Coroner Derrick Rash attend the conference in Litchfield Beach and received the award on behalf of Coroner Sonny Cox and the Greenwood County Coroner’s Office.

The Sue Townsend Award is given to a Coroner or Coroner’s Office that exhibits great interest in the advancement of the S.C. Coroner’s Association and Coroner’s in the state of South Carolina.

Congratulations to everyone at the Greenwood County Coroner's Office, we are all proud of thier work and support.


Thursday, July 5, 2018

Shiloh African Methodist Episcopal Church Donates to HospiceCare of the Piedmont

Shiloh African Methodist Episcopal Church recently made a donation.  Charlayne Morton and Paul Wharton presented HospiceCare of the Piedmont a donation to assist terminally ill patients and their families.  The generosity and compassion of our community make it possible for HospiceCare to continue to meet the needs of our patients and their loved ones.

HospiceCare of the Piedmont is your non-profit, community hospice serving Abbeville, Edgefield, Greenwood, Laurens, McCormick, Newberry and Saluda counties for over 30 years.  For more information, please call 227-9393 or visit www.hospicepiedmont.org.


Thursday, July 5, 2018

Meg's House receives donation from Self Regional Healthcare

On March 1 the Self Regional Community Health Committee presented Meg’s House with a check for $74,000. 

 

Thursday, July 5, 2018

Lander Foundation Holds 5th Annual Samuel Lander Golf Classic

Golfers from around the southeast teed off at the Greenwood Country Club for the Lander Foundation’s 5th Annual Samuel Lander Golf Classic on Tuesday, June 26. The tournament raised over $12,000 to benefit the Lander University Scholarship Program, according to Executive Director of Alumni Affairs Denise Manley ‘89.

 

Thursday, July 5, 2018

Hewitt scores huge during Ladies Bridge Luncheon at Wesley Commons

Every year Wesley Commons hosts the annual Ladies Bridge Luncheon as a part of the SC Festival of Flowers. This year 36 women participated and the whole day was full of competitive Bridge with a great atmosphere of outstanding food and beautiful flowers.

We would like to congratulate our 10th annual Bridge Luncheon winner Ms. Helen Hewitt who scored her highest score ever received in a game of bridge.


Thursday, July 5, 2018

Bend Completes GGC Medical Genetics Training Program

Eric Bend, PhD completed a Clinical Molecular Genetics and Genomics fellowship through the Greenwood Genetic Center’s Medical Genetics Training Program in June. Dr. Bend joined GGC in 2015 from the University of Utah where he earned a PhD in neuroscience. He worked as a postdoctoral fellow in GGC’s research laboratory prior to transitioning into the two-year molecular fellowship. He was recognized at the Center’s monthly statewide meeting in June. 

 

Tuesday, July 3, 2018

Greenwood Capital Celebrates Bell's 33-Year Career upon His Retirement

Greenwood Capital honors the 33-year career of J. Philip Bell upon his retirement this week.  Bell joined Greenwood Capital Associates, Inc. in June 1985 as an Investment Manager, when the Firm managed $165 million in assets for its investment advisory clients.  He was the fourth employee to join the Greenwood Capital team.  On Friday, June 29, Bell will retire as the Firm’s CEO, with 20 employees and approximately $1.2 billion in assets under management.

 

Tuesday, July 3, 2018

Craig, Scott Join Lander Board of Trustees

John E. Craig Jr. and Donald H. Scott are the newest members of the Lander University Board of Trustees.

Craig and Scott replace retiring members Bobby Bowers, who served on the board for 28 years, and Claude Robinson, a board member since 2014. Their terms began July 1.

Craig is the former executive vice president and chief operating officer of The Commonwealth Fund, which promotes a more effective, efficient and accessible U.S. health care system. He was responsible for the management of the foundation’s endowment and administration, served as the Fund’s treasurer and corporate secretary, and played a key role in program strategy.

 

Tuesday, July 3, 2018

FUJIFILM expanding its Greenwood County production operations
FUJIFILM Manufacturing USA, Inc., one of the strategic manufacturing locations for Tokyo-based FUJIFILM Corporation, today announced plans to expand its existing operations in Greenwood County. The company’s $3.9 million investment is projected to create 67 new jobs.
Monday, July 2, 2018

Get Certified For Free When You Test Drive PTC

How fast does a forklift go? How many compressions per minute should you do when administering CPR? Get the answers to those questions and earn quick certification just by sampling courses at Piedmont Technical College (PTC). Interested individuals can try out selected classes at no cost as part of “Test Drive PTC.” The free program ― a $400 value ― offers an opportunity to sample curricula associated with one of two educational concentrations ― industrial and engineering or health science and nursing.

 

Monday, July 2, 2018

Now Accepting Applications for the Leadership Greenwood Class of 2019

The Greenwood SC Chamber is now accepting applications for its annual Leadership Greenwood program, beginning in August of this year.  

The Class of 2018 nominations are due Friday, July 27 by 5:00 p.m.

This eleven-month leadership development program is designed to identify and cultivate individuals with the interest and potential to serve in our community's many leadership roles. 


Friday, June 29, 2018

Agriculture Students Get Hands-On Education at PTC Saluda Campus

Do happy cows produce sweeter milk? The folks at Hickory Hill Dairy in Edgefield County think so and work hard to make sure their Holsteins are healthy, well-fed and practically pampered. June not only marks the beginning of summer but is also National Dairy Month, which naturally transports us back to carefree days and checkered cloth-draped tables with large spreads of delicious, farm-sourced food at the peak of freshness. What does it take to deliver such bounty? More than you might think.

 

Friday, June 29, 2018

Greenwood Humane Society: Please keep pets safe during 4th celebrations

More pets get lost on during July 4th celebrations than any other time of the year.  As you can imagine, as amazing fireworks are to see they can be terrifying to pets.  So the team at Greenwood Humane Society is asking for all pet owners to keep their pets safe by using the following tips:

  • Be sure your pet is wearing an up-to-date and visible ID tag on their collar at all times
  • Take a current photo of your pet, just in case they become lost
  • Exercise your pet early in the day before parties begin
  • During cookouts be sure to keep pets away from flames
  • Keep charcoal, fireworks, sparklers and glow sticks far from curious pets
  • If you pet is afraid of loud noises, leave some gentle music playing inside to cover the firework

Keeping your pets inside throughout the July 4th celebrations is the best way to keep your pets safe and prevent them from running away.  But in case this does happen, be sure to contact your local humane society and let them know in case someone brings in your pet.

All the members at the Greenwood Humane Society wishes everyone a great and safe 4th of July holiday.


Friday, June 29, 2018


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